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Introduction to Sport Travel and Public Services Level 1 at Tresham College of Further and Higher Education

Course description

Gain an introduction into these three exciting subjects and find out which career path is the best for you, whilst enjoying both practical sessions and engaging theory sessions.

Course content

You will develop your skills and knowledge through a range of units covering areas such as job opportunities, taking part in exercise, customer service, healthy eating and understanding business. You will also be required to attend tutorials, complete work experience and employability skills.

Entry requirements

A range of GCSEs at E-G including English and preferably maths or equivalent, OR an Entry Level course with good evidence of ability to achieve at a higher level.


A variety of learning methods will be used to make lessons fun and interactive such as group discussions, designing leaflets, guest speakers, group presentations and written assignments.

Financial information

Approximately £25 will be required throughout the course to fund various trips and visits.

Future opportunities

Level 2 study programmes in Sport, Travel and Tourism or Uniformed Public Services.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Tresham College of Further and Higher Education directly.

Last updated date: 09 June 2016
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      At the campus we offer a range of full and part time courses in Business and Administration, Computing, Art and Design, Teaching, Performing Arts, Sport, Public Services, Health Care, Child Education, Hairdressing and Beauty.

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